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Crivitz Clobbers Coleman In Nonconference Clash

Wolverines Cage Cougars

Although the new conference alignments have put old school rivals in different conferences, Coleman once again played host to Crivitz Friday, this time for a nonconference game.  The new conference brought new life to the Wolverines.  Crivitz controlled the game from start to finish, on their way to a 42-14 victory.

A heavy dose of Jakob Voss and Travis Kudick spelled disaster for the Cougars from the opening whistle.  After an incomplete pass, Voss ran twice for 16 yards and a Wolverine first down.  Another incomplete pass resulted in a Voss run for one yard to bring up third down.  With nine yards to go, Kudick found an open Charlie Johnsen for 14 yards.  A play later Voss kept his momentum going, took a toss and ran 24 yards to the Cougar 9-yardline.  On first and goal, Kudick threw to Johnsen once again for a 9-yard, opening drive TD and a 6-0 lead less than 3 minutes into the game.

The Cougars couldn't find any daylight through the swarming Wolverine defense.  Forced into a fourth down, Coleman tested their luck, needing two yards Crivitz stuffed the rush only giving up one yard, forcing a turnover on downs.  Just three plays later, Kudick found Voss on a wheel route for a 43-yard pitch-and-catch touchdown.  Kudick continued his hot streak and found Vinnie Jopek for the 2-point conversion and a 14-0 lead with 5:35 left in the first quarter.

On their second drive, Coleman found themselves in a third and long situation.  Trying to pass for the first down, the Bryce Karban pass fell incomplete, forcing a 3-and-out, giving the ball back to the red-hot Wolverine offense.  Crivitz put together a 12-play drive starting on their own 23-yardline.  The drive stalled when on third and fourth down, passes fell incomplete, giving the Cougars an opportunity to trim the lead.  Unfortunately for Coleman, Crivitz's defense gave them no room, forcing another 3-and-out.

This time, the Wolverines made good of a long drive.  Taking over 4 minutes, Crivitz marched 69 yards on 10-plays, including converting a third down and fourth down.  Voss capped off the drive by punching in a 2-yard touchdown.  Kudick's successful 2-point conversion run extended the lead to 22-0 with 5:32 left in the half.

Wolverine linebacker Jaden Bemis found his way into the Cougar backfield and sacked Karban for an 8-yard loss, putting Coleman into a third-and-17 situation.  Just trying to gain back some yards, the Cougars ran the ball, but gained no yards on the play and were forced to punt.  During the punt, a Wolverine defender tipped the ball forcing a short kick, setting Crivitz up with a first down in Coleman territory.

Voss and Jopek carried the Wolverines to their fourth touchdown in the first half.  Voss opened the drive with a 10-yard rush, before Kudick found an open Jopek for 17 yards.  Voss ran on back-to-back plays, good for 9 and 4 yards, before Jopek took over and gained 6 more.  On second and goal from the one-yardline, Voss capped off the drive with a 1-yard TD run.  After a successful extra point, Crivitz found themselves ahead 29-0 with just over a minute left in the half.

Coleman gained their first, first down of the half with less than a minute to go, but were content to run the clock out.  At halftime, Crivitz led 29-0.

"We improved in the areas we wanted to improve in.  All week, we knew we wanted to run the ball, change our offense, and get things going physically and run the rock." Wolverine coach Matt Bernier added, "We challenged the guys in practice; we knew our experience was in the O-line and D-line.  We tried to be simple and just be physical and it worked out for us."

Receiving the opening kickoff of the second half, Coleman showed their first sign of old school Cougar football as Jacob Zeitler ran 80 yards on the third play of the drive for a touchdown.  This quick strike trimmed the lead to 29-6.

Crivitz did not take long to respond as a five-play drive, highlighted by a 13-yard touchdown pass from Kudick to Johnsen, extended the lead once again to 35-6.  From there, Crivitz cruised through the second half of the ball game.  Both teams scored one more time, bringing them to their final of 42-14.

"It feels good.  We were on the other side of that for many, many years, regular season and a couple times in playoffs.  It feels good, any win feels good, but it feels good to come in here and play well. Coleman's a good team and have a great tradition," said Coach Bernier.

Voss paced the Wolverines with 156 rushing yards and three TDs on 20 attempts, while also adding two catches for 49 yards and another touchdown.  Johnsen finished with 83 yards on five receptions and two touchdowns.  Kudick passed 15 times for 10 completions, 177 yards and three TDs.

"They won up front tonight. They should be very proud of how hard their kids played tonight, because they played hard," said Coleman coach Jeff Bronson of the Crivitz team.

Zeitler led Coleman with 108 yards on just six rushing attempts while Jake Baldwin ran 19 times for 78 yards.

"We regressed from last week in terms of understanding who to block.  For us to get anywhere near competitive, we can't have setbacks. We were not very sound with our technique tonight," Coach Bronson said.



Bonduel Bears Collar Bulldogs in Peshtigo's Home Opener

The Peshtigo Bulldogs struggled stopping the run as the Bonduel Bears ran for 391 yards en route to a 45-20 road victory, following up a 42-14 win against Coleman last week.

Senior running back Elijah Mastey opened the game with a 17-yard touchdown run to give his team a 6-0 lead, which was the score heading into the second quarter.

In the second quarter, senior running back Jordan Boldt punched in a 1-yard score. Mastey would strike again, however, dashing for a 69-yard run and catching his breath in time to finish things off with the extra point.

Mastey finished with 178 yards rushing on 13 carries. Senior running back Jacob Banker ran for 74 yards on 10 carries and Boldt added 3 touchdowns on 8 rushes for 45 yards.

Peshtigo then got on the board, scoring on a 68-yard touchdown pass from Senior quarterback Riley Reif to junior wide receiver Max Rauch. Peshtigo couldn't hold Bonduel until halftime, however, as Boldt scored again with a 9-yard score and the Bulldogs went into the second half trailing by 18.

The Bulldogs struck first in the third quarter via a 20-yard touchdown pass by Reif to Junior running back Travis Plym. An extra point from junior kicker Aiden Bohaczek made the score 25-13, but that was as close as it got.

Bonduel scored 4 more touchdowns in the third quarter. Boldt got his third, running in from 9 yards out, Banker scored a 6-yard touchdown and junior quarterback Parker Bohm added a 9-yard touchdown of his own.

Bohm passed for 83 yards, completing 8 of 10 passes. He also ran for 33 yards and a score on 3 rushes.

Bulldogs Senior Zack Wauters was the only player to score in the fourth, running in a 6-yard touchdown. This made the score 45-20, where it ended.

The Bulldogs were able to get drives going, but they just couldn't sustain them.

"We've been able to score a little bit here and there. We need to be a little bit more consistent. We need to finish some drives," Seyler said. "We've been getting drives going and we get stalled out on the 30, around there. We're going to work to fine-tune those so we're putting up points on them instead of getting nothing for them."

The Bulldogs dropped off in the second half of their season opener as players got tired. That was not the case in this game, Seyler said, blaming Bonduel's size advantage.

"I think it was more size than our depth this time. Their big kids play better than what they showed against Coleman, especially on defense," Seyler said. "We were just out-sized. We have what we have. They have some big kids that were able to lock onto our guys" They kind of took the punch to us, so credit to them for taking advantage of it, so we'll just get ready and hopefully we don't see anyone with that much size again for a while."

Reif threw for 106 yards, going 8 for 13 as a passer and rushing 11 times for 36 yards. Bohaczek led the Bulldogs in that category, with 7 attempts for 71 yards. Sophomore Jerod Jandt ran 14 times but was only able to muster up 35 yards, despite having 1 carry for 32 yards.

Plym hauled in 5 passes for 44 yards and a score, while Rauch's 69-yard score, his lone reception, made him Peshtigo's top receiver. Junior Mitchell VanVooren caught 1 pass for 30 yards.



Kroll Runs Wild on Rangers

Friday evening the Wausaukee Rangers welcomed the Sevastopol Pioneers to town for a MONLPC-8 matchup between two teams in the 8-man conference.  Three long runs by Ethan Kroll of the Pioneers spelt defeat for the Rangers, as Sevastopol went home with a 28-6 victory.

It wasn't until the end of the first quarter that either team was able to find pay dirt.  An interception gave the Pioneers the ball in Wausaukee territory.  Jacob Welsing gave Sevastopol the lead with a 1-yard touchdown run, a successful 2-point conversion throw from Welsing to Hunter Evenson made it 8-0.

Sevastopol's Ethan Kroll began to impress the crowd in the second quarter.  Kroll broke off a 55-yard touchdown run just 12 seconds into the quarter, giving the Pioneers a 14-0 lead.  Sevastopol led by the same score at halftime.

In the third quarter, Wausaukee cut into the lead.  Matthew Delfosse capped off a long drive with a 9-yard touchdown run at the 7:29 mark.  Although the conversion failed, the lead was trimmed to 14-6.

Kroll dazzled again with another 55-yard touchdown run, just 38 seconds after Wausaukee's score.  Kroll also punched in the 2-point conversion to extend the lead back to 22-6. 

It wasn't until the fourth quarter that either team was able to score again.  Sure enough, Kroll put away the game for good with a 62-yard TD run with just 2:02 on the clock in the fourth quarter.  The touchdown pushed the score to its eventual final of 28-6.

Wausaukee was led by Matt Delfosse who finished with 77 yards and a TD on 14 carries.  Tyler Gruszynski caught four passes for 70 yards.  Sevastopol's Kroll finished the game with 238 yards on 14 carries, on his way to three TDs.



Lena/STAA Falls To 1-1 on Season

Fresh off a 41-12 victory over the Wausaukee Rangers last week, the Newman Catholic Fighting Cardinals hosted the Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Titans Friday, taking care of business and winning 53-0.

The Titans' trip to Wausau started off on the wrong foot with a 2-yard run from junior running back Kasey Kalafice just over two minutes into the game. The junior would finish with nine rushes for 109 yards.

With four minutes left in the quarter, the Fighting Cardinals would tack on six more with a 1-yard run from sophomore quarterback Ben Bates, who finished with 340 total yards and five touchdowns. He totaled 222 yards on 14 for 20 passing with three passing touchdowns and seven rushes for 118 yards and two rushing touchdowns.

With seven seconds left in the opening quarter, Bates fired his first touchdown on a 10-yard pass to junior wide receiver Elliot Samuels. His second touchdown pass came 2:22 later, as he hit senior Michael Alfonso for 20-yards and a score, giving his team a 25-0 lead.

Newman Catholic added two more touchdowns in the final two minutes of the half, going into the half with a 39-0 lead. Bates scored on a 7-yard run with two minutes remaining and followed with a 27-yard pass to senior running back Jeremy Damask for a touchdown with just 16 seconds left on the clock.

Things didn't get better for the visiting Titans in the second half, as junior wide receiver Cade Kimball punched in a 3-yard run to extend the lead to 46-0 just three minutes into the half. The Fighting Cardinals' final score came with 1:48 left in the game when freshman safety Charlie McCarty intercepted a pass at the Titans' 30 and took it the distance for a touchdown. McCarty's pick-six was the Titans' fifth and final interception of the day.

"We ran into a very talented and physical team," Titans Head Coach Dale Lange said. "Wausau Newman has a lot of athletes and out-powered and finessed us" We got banged up but we did see some good things out of some of our younger players. Now we will have to get them up to speed fast."

Sophomore Colby Borchert finished with one of three passes completed for four yards and three interceptions, while sophomore Simon Gard threw 11 times, completing three for 21 yards and two interceptions. Senior Tyler Stuart completed his only pass for two yards, while leading the team with three receptions for 25 yards. Senior running back Zack Cops led the team with two attempted rushes for a total of five yards.

In total, the Titans finished with -49 yards rushing to go with 27 yards passing, gaining just three first downs on the night, contrasted with Newman Catholic's 452 yards and 17 first downs.

Newman Catholic travels to Sturgeon Bay to face off with Sevastopol next week, but area teams have not seen the last of the Fighting Cardinals. The Gillett Tigers will travel to Wausau on Sept. 9.

Lena/STAA faces Gillett Thursday at home.

"We have a lot of work to get done in a short week of practice with our game against Gillett coming up on Thursday," Lange said.



Northern Elite No Match for Norway

Northern Elite traveled to Norway Friday night as the Predators took on the Knights in a nonconference matchup.  Norway scored five touchdowns en route to a 34-7 victory.

The Knights tacked on two TDs in the first quarter, one in the third and two more in the fourth.  Northern Elite scored its lone touchdown during the second quarter as Brent Dumke rushed for an 11-yard TD.

Alex Hagerty led the Predators with 107 yards on 18 carries.



Big Second Quarter Lifts Blue Devils Past Jets

A nonconference matchup between the host, Oconto Blue Devils, and visiting Roncalli Jets, Friday evening, quickly became one sided. The Blue Devils used three second quarter touchdowns to boost them to a 40-7 victory.

Bennett Frazer hauled in a 28-yard TD pass from Jake Krueger in the first quarter to give Oconto a 7-0 lead after one. The second quarter is where the Blue Devil offense was clicking on all cylinders. Krueger found an open Isaac Woller for an 8-yard touchdown. Later, Krueger took the ball to pay dirt himself on an 8-yard scoring run. Parker James broke free for a 35-yard touchdown that put Oconto up 28-0. Although the Roncalli offense was nearly non-existent, its defense found the end zone on a 36-yard fumble return for touchdown, bringing the halftime score to 28-7.

Oconto score one more time in each quarter to finish off the Jets.  Zach Sherman punched in a three-yard touchdown in the third quarter and Eddie Russell reached the goal-line on a 9-yard TD in the fourth.  

The Blue Devils were led by Jake Krueger who finished 7 of 8 for 126 yards and 2 TDs, while he also ran for 17 yards and a TD. Parker James paced the rushing attack with 136 yards and a score on 10 carries. Carson Moe's two catches for 51 yards led Oconto.

Suring Takes Down Tri-County
In a battle of the birds Friday night, the Suring Eagles traveled to Plainfield, WI to take on the Tri-County Penguins for a non-conference matchup.  Trailing after the first quarter, Suring outscored Tri-County four touchdowns to one in the second and third quarters, leading them to a 38-22 victory.

The Penguins gained an early lead as quarterback Dawson Knutson punched in a 1-yard touchdown.  Knutson then found Zackary Bacon open for the 2-point conversion, putting Tri-County ahead 8-0.  Looking to strike once again, Tri-County fumbled the ball and Suring's Tyler McDougal scooped-and-scored from 33 yards out.  The extra point cut the lead to 8-7, the score at the end of the first quarter.

Eagle runner Logan Stuart had a career day.  Stuart broke off a 55-yard TD run in the second quarter that gave Suring a 15-8 lead, after Connor Geise's 2-point conversion run.  Brandon Peckham brought the Penguins back within one with a 5-yard scoring run, bringing the score to 15-14.  Suring answered back as Josh Reed found an open Mitch Stegeman for a 15-yard pitch-and-catch TD, extending the lead once again to 23-14, the halftime score.

Out of the break, Stuart continued his impressive day with a pair of 2-yard touchdown runs, that gave Suring a 38-14 lead after the third quarter.  Tri-County was able to score one time in the fourth, but could not complete the comeback as Suring won 38-22.

Stuart ran for an impressive 210 yards and three TDs on 19 attempts for the Eagles.  Reed went 4 of 6 on the day for 68 yards and a touchdown to Stegeman, who caught four passes for 32 yards.


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